More than two dozen arrested in Olmsted County warrant sweep

Authorities arrested 25 of Southeast Minnesota's most violent criminals. The warrants were for a number of violent offenses, including drive-by-shootings and drug sales. Nine government agencies, including the U.S. Marshall Service, helped make the arrests.
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Authorities arrested 25 of Southeast Minnesota's most violent criminals. The warrants were for a number of violent offenses, including drive-by-shootings and drug sales. Nine government agencies, including the U.S. Marshall Service, helped make the arrests.

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